|Pole Eye Plate||PEP-343||3” Stand-Off|
|Pole Eye Plate||PEP-345.5||5” Stand-Off|
|Quadrant Deadend Clamp||BRZ-55DE||.55” Diameter Max.|
|Quadrant Deadend Clamp||BRZ-87DE||.87” Diameter Max.|
|Straight Line Deadend Clamp||BRZDEC-47||.47” Diameter Max.|
|Strain Suspension Clamp||BRZ-87||.60” Diameter Max.|
|Strain Suspension Clamp||BRZ-87||.87” Diameter Max.|
|Clevis Eye||CE-04||20,000 Lb. Rated|
|Clevis Eye||CE-06||30,000 Lb. Rated|
|Clevis-Clevis (Off-Set)||CCO-30M||30,000 Lb. Rated|
|Thimble Clevis||TC-40M||40,000 Lb. Rated|
|Lashing Wire Clamp||LWC-SB||Heavy Duty Clamp|
AVAILABLE IN TYPE 316 STAINLESS STEEL OR SILICON BRONZE
Electrolytic Plasma Technology [EPT], is an effective surface engineering tool that combines the cleaning and coating of metals. During EPT processing, DC voltage is applied to the electrides in an aqueous electrolyte, which produces plasma at the surface of the workpiece.
The EPT process uses electricity and benign electrolytes for cleaning, eliminating the need for strong acids. This greatly reduces the cost of the process by reducing/eliminating the need for toxic materials handling, storage, and disposal of these harsh chemicals.
At present, the metal industry offers many options for the cleaning and coating of metals. Listed below are some of the reasons the CAP process should be considered when searching for an alternative to the more conventional methods.